The 64-year-old Python father said he was too boring after retirement and officially joined Microsoft
As the creator of Python, Guido van Rossum has been committed to the maintenance of the Python community, but in October last year, after six and a half years at Dropbox, he announced his retirement and retired from the Python core decision-making layer.
He said on Twitter that retirement is too boring, so he has joined the Microsoft development department. As for what to do, there are too many choices, but what is certain is that whatever you do will make Python better, and not only in On Windows, there is also open source.
It is reported that after joining Microsoft, Guido van Rossum will work with Typescript/C# founder Anders, VS Code/Eclipse founder Eric, and Linux GNOME author Miguel in the team of Microsoft’s senior vice president Pan Zhenglei.
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Mozilla releases “no privacy” product evaluation checklist
If you keep scrolling down on this specially made product page, the smiley icon in the lower right corner will change from “not so scary” to “quite scary” all the way. Among them, Amazon Kindle e-books are not very scary, but smart coffee machines and Moleskine smart notebooks are at the other extreme.
Take a shot: In daily shopping, people usually don’t care much about product privacy and data collection policies.
Microsoft today officially terminates Windows 7 embedded system support
After officially discontinuing support for Windows 7 system (Win7 for short) extended support at the beginning of the year, Microsoft recently announced that another version of Win7-Windows Embedded Standard 7 (WES7) will also stop supporting on October 13.
WES7 is an operating system launched by Microsoft for embedded markets such as IoT and Internet of Things. It was released in 2015, 6 years later than Win7. It has two versions, WS7E and WS7P.